Another word for fellow
A man or boy
chap, guy*, youth, lad, person, male, gentleman, stripling, cadet, seÃ±or (Spanish), Herr (German), garÃ§on (French), adolescent, teenager, pubescent, whippersnapper, master, beau, juvenile, youngster, duffer*, kid*, cat*, codger*, geezer*, bloke* (British), squirt*, sprig*.
An academic or scholarly appointee
assistant, associate, graduate, graduate student, scholar, licentiate, academician, tutor, master, gownsman, don, instructor, professor, lecturer, assistant professor, associate professor, docent, teaching assistant, TA*, research assistant, RA*, wrangler, drudge, agrÃ©gÃ© (French), bachelor, candidate, doctor, holder of a fellowship, member, postdoc*.
Another word for fellownoun
A grown man referred to familiarly, jokingly, or as a member of one's set or group:(Informal) boy, chap. See beings, connect
A man who is the favored companion of a woman:beau. boyfriend. See connect, sex
One who is united in a relationship with another:affiliate, ally, associate, cohort, colleague, confederate, copartner, partner. See connect
One who shares interests or activities with another:associate, chum, companion, comrade, crony, mate. (Informal) buddy, pal. See near
One that is very similar to another in rank or position:coequal, colleague, compeer, equal, equivalent, peer2. See same
One of a matched pair of things:companion, counterpart, double, duplicate, match, mate, twin. See same